Minutes Tue 17 Feb 1891

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Tue 17 Feb 1891


Land at Dudbridge sold to Mr Barnard for £50. Boundary agreed.
Captain of Seabreeze paid £1 damage. Allowed Seabreeze to be worked down to Dudbridge from Wallbridge with one man and a boy only. Captain to attend next Committee Meeting.

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Committee Meeting held at Wallbridge on Tuesday 17^th February 1891 @ 3,o,clock pm
Present: Mr E C Little Chairman, Mr C H Hooper, Sir W H Marling Bart, Mr W J Stanton, Mr W^m Davies, Mr E P Little, Mr Jno Howard.
The Chairman stated that he had arranged with Mr Barnard (Sir W H Marling, Mr W J Stanton & Mr Hamilton Mills approving) for the sale of the additional bit of land at Dudbridge Wharf at the price of £50, and had agreed upon the exact line of the boundary for the entirety of the Garden and land agreed to be sold - also that he had instructed Mr Hamilton Mills to carry out the arrangement, and this having been settled, the seal of the Company was directed to be affixed, and accordingly was at this Meeting affixed to the conveyance to Mr Barnard.
The Clerk reported that he had proceeded against the Capt of the "Seabreeze" in the County Court and obtained judgment for the payment of the £1 damage claimed.
He also reported that the same Captain had allowed the "Seebreeze" to be worked down to Dudbridge from Wallbridge on the 4^th inst with one man and a boy only contrary to the Bye-laws, and the Clerk was directed to ask the Captain to attend the next Committee Meeting which would be held on the 17^th March to explain his conduct.
Cheques drawn:
Income Tax: 14..19..3
Tithe rent charge: 3..16..2
[Total] £18..15..5

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